Don’t Pad the Problem,Cure It with the Apex Device

We teamed up with Apex and InControl Medical for this posting.
InControl Medical is a medical device manufacturer. They are looking to create awareness of their Apex device to restore a woman’s pelvic floor muscles. Did you know that childbirth is the number one reason a woman’s pelvic floor is weakened? The pelvic floor is a group of muscles at the base of the torso and responsible for supporting the internal organs. When the pelvic floor becomes stretched or weakened, a woman may experience bladder leakage when coughing, laughing, sneezing or exercising.

Did you know that approximately one third of women experience some type of leakage after delivery? That’s a large number. 90% of bladder leakage is caused by weak floor pelvic muscles. So before you use pantyliners and pads to ‘catch’ the result, start thinking about fixing the problem by using an Apex device.

Apex devices use gentle Muscle Stimulation to contract and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, restoring the ability to control bladder leakage. After just a few weeks, your leakage will be resolved and you can enjoy your leak-free lifestyle. Doesn’t that sound nice? You only have to use it 5-10 minutes a day, 6 days per week until the leakage is gone. And then use 1-2 times a week to maintain muscle control. Apex is a short-term treatment that delivers long-term results.

What about Kegels you ask? Did you know that only about 50% of the women who do kegels do them correctly? That means 50% do them incorrectly!! Apex works for everyone and takes the confusion out of kegels. Be that 100% and live a leak-free lifestyle.

Strengthening the pelvic floor is important for every woman. The FDA recently cleared their Apex product for sale over-the-counter direct to the consumer. Apex helps a woman strengthen her pelvic floor muscle. Hundreds of physicians have recommended the Apex to postpartum patients as treatment to restore their pelvic floor after childbirth. Apex is used in the privacy and comfort of your own home.

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Just because it is so common, doesn’t mean it’s natural. It’s a sign your pelvic floor muscles are weak and when untreated can lead to lots of issues down the road. Be proactive and get the problem taken care of today with the use of an Apex device!

Coupon Code: To learn more about the Apex device, please visit dontpadtheproblem.com. For the next 30 days we will be offering a $35 discount plus free shipping (enter code DB0415 at checkout). 

Disclosure: Everything Mommyhood received monetary compensation for this posting.

Comments

  1. Ouch. That looks like something that belongs in the doctors office. Luckily I don’t have that problem. But, for those that do, this may help.

  2. Kim Hampton says:

    Don’t think I’d want to be using that at home! Looks painful!

    • It is not painful at all! You start out with the stimulation on the lowest level for 5 minutes and work your way up to 10 minutes. As you get stronger, you increase the stimulation level. It should be comfortable at all times. It is a very effective product!

  3. laura rubenstein says:

    Medical technology is amazing! I personally don’t need anything like this yet it is pretty cool.

  4. WOW! Thanks for the Fantastic Review on Don’t Pad the Problem,Cure It with the Apex Device! This device seems to be working for people for Doctor’s to tell women to purchase them! I’ve noticed the older I get, the worse it is! To be completely honest, if I feel like I’ve got to go and put it off for any reason, I start walking to the bathroom and it’s coming out all of it own! It’s terrible! This has happened to me now 2x! Believe you me, you don’t want that to happen! I’m just wondering how this device works. It sure is a weird looking thing though! I’ll have to do some more checking into this device! Thanks so much for sharing your fantastic review, the pictures, and the personal and professional information on Don’t Pad the Problem,Cure It with the Apex Device with all of us! I honestly do appreciate it! Thanks again! Michele 🙂

    • You can watch an animation video at dontpadtheproblem.com to see how Apex works. If you have a hard time making it to the bathroom, you should consider the ApexM device (also available over-the-counter). ApexM treats, stress, urge and mixed incontinence. You will see great results!

  5. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    I have never heard of this! Sounds like a great product. Will have to look into it. Thanks for the post.

  6. Thanks for the post I think this cool! I know a lot of women who could use this so I will be sure to tell them to come and read your post!!

  7. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    This is such a great idea. I did realize alot of women had this problem after childbirth. Childbirth really affects our body alot. Thank you for sharing this

  8. What a great product. I think most women can use this.

  9. This is a problem I have on occasion. I do kegel exercises and it does help.

  10. Unfortunately I am wayyyyy past this! I have an overactive bladder and I have had Botox done. It worked for like 3 months and now it is the same as before. What a nightmare!

  11. This sounds like something that might work for people who are suffering from bladder leakage. Thank you for sharing this review.

  12. sherry butcher says:

    I’m just wondering how this device works. It sure is a strange looking thing! Thanks so much for sharing your fantastic review and the pictures on Don’t Pad the Problem, Cure It with the Apex Device.

    • Hi Sherry, You can see how Apex works on dontpadhteproblem.com. There is an animation video that walks you through the process! Check it out! The product is not painful and provides great results!

  13. I have a friend that has a lot of issues with this. I love that products like this exist, and I will share with her. Such an embarrassing (shouldn’t be but is) problem for so many women.

  14. I have this problem and I’m 26 with no kids. Great product!

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